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North Texas Lake Hosts Global Cliff Diving Competition

North Texas Lake Hosts Global Cliff Diving Competition

The third annual Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series, a global high diving competition, will kick off their 2016 season right here in North Texas.

Saturday, May 28, 2016

Lake Businesses Brace for Uncertain Season

Lake Businesses Brace for Uncertain Season

Some workers making a living off of North Texas lakes fear this summer season could quickly become a repeat of last year if rainy forecasts come true.

Monday, May 30, 2016

Lake and Boating Safety for Memorial Day Weekend

Lake and Boating Safety for Memorial Day Weekend

Stay safe while on the water this Memorial Day Weekend, with these safety tips.

Friday, May 20, 2016

Beatrix the Falcon Still Not Cleared To Fly

Beatrix the Falcon Still Not Cleared To Fly

More than two months after she arrived, a rare Peregrine falcon remains at the Rogers Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in Hutchins.

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Trail Could Bridge North, South Dallas Divide

Trail Could Bridge North, South Dallas Divide

For years southern Dallas residents have been waiting for the city to fulfill its promise to bring more hiking and biking trails to the area. The Trinity Forest Spine Trail could be the answer.

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Bald Eagle Hit By Truck in Cleburne

Bald Eagle Hit By Truck in Cleburne

A bald eagle that was hit by a truck driver in Cleburne Wednesday morning is recovering.

Monday, Apr 25, 2016

North Texans Warned of Snake Sightings

North Texans Warned of Snake Sightings

Prosper city officials are warning residents about snake sightings along a popular jogging trail.

Friday, Apr 15, 2016

Rock Ramps at NTX Park Help Turtles Exit the Water

Rock Ramps at NTX Park Help Turtles Exit the Water

Some turtles having a tough time crawling out of an updated North Texas pond can now use special exit ramps.

Monday, Apr 4, 2016

State Tree of Texas in Trouble in McKinney

State Tree of Texas in Trouble in McKinney

A developer wants to rip out hundreds of pecan trees in McKinney to make room for a subdivision.

Monday, Apr 4, 2016

State Tree of Texas in Danger in McKinney

State Tree of Texas in Danger in McKinney

A developer wants to rip out hundreds of pecan trees in McKinney to make room for a subdivision.

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LGBTQ Rights Group to Respond to Texas Lt. Gov. Patrick

LGBTQ Rights Group to Respond to Texas Lt. Gov. Patrick

Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick discusses the state's bathroom policy at a news conference Tuesday, which will be followed by a news conference by a group working to ensure equal rights for LGBT Texans.

Boy Who Fell Into Brazos River Recovered Miles Downstream

Boy Who Fell Into Brazos River Recovered Miles Downstream

The body of a 10-year-old boy who fell into the Brazos River in Parker County Saturday was found 20 miles downstream Tuesday morning.

Messages Altered on Electronic Road Signs in Dallas

Messages Altered on Electronic Road Signs in Dallas

The messages on three electronic road signs in Dallas were changed during the Memorial Day weekend.

Man Killed Girlfriend, Posted Picture on Facebook: PD

Man Killed Girlfriend, Posted Picture on Facebook: PD

A Plano man has been arrested after authorities said he allegedly killed his girlfriend, then posted a photo of her body on Facebook.

Trump Details Donations to Veterans' Charities

Trump Details Donations to Veterans' Charities

Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump provided details Tuesday of the charities that received millions of dollars from a veterans' fundraiser he held earlier this year following sustained...

3 East Texas College Students Killed in Crash

3 East Texas College Students Killed in Crash

Three college students were killed in an early morning fiery crash in Nacogdoches Monday, officers say.